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Need for Speed Most Wanted is releasing tomorrow. Start your car engine, outrun the cops, outdrive the friends and don’t forget to outsmart your rival. The free open world environment allows you to find hiding spots without menus and lobbies.

 

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Need for Speed Most Wanted System Requirements

If Need for Speed Most Wanted is occurring any error or problem then first of all meet your system specification to Need for Speed Most Wanted requirements.

Minimum Requirements

  • Operating Systems: Windows Vista with Service Pack 2
  • CPU: Intel 2.0 GHz Dual Core or Athlon X2 2.7 GHz
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Hard Drive: 20 GB
  • Disk Drive: DVD ROM Drive
  • Graphics Card: NVidia 8800GT or ATI Radeon 3870 with 512 MB and DirectX 10.0 Compatible
  • Sound card: DirectX compatible
  • Additional Requirement: Keyboard and Mouse

Recommended Requirements

  • Operating Systems: Windows 7 64-bit with Service Pack 1
  • CPU: Quad-Core CPU
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Hard Drive: 20 GB
  • Disk Drive: DVD ROM Drive
  • Graphics Card: NVidia GTX 560 or ATI Radeon 6950 with 1024 MB and DirectX 11 Compatible
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
  • Additional Requirements: Keyboard and Mouse

Where is Need for Speed Most Wanted Save Game File?

The save game file of Need for Speed Most Wanted is located in Documents\Criterion Games\Need for Speed(TM) Most Wanted.

Where to edit or change Need for Speed Most Wanted Controls?

You can edit and save the controls in Documents\Criterion Games\Need for Speed(TM) Most Wanted\Save\controls.NFS13Save.

How to Enable or Disable Full Screen of Need for Speed Most Wanted?

Need For Speed Most Wanted runs in full screen mode by default. Occasionally DirectX 11 applications can fail to start up in full screen mode. If this occurs, pressing ALT+ENTER will switch Need for Speed Most Wanted into full screen mode. If you want to play game in windowed mode simply press ALT+ENTER on your keyboard.

Need for Speed Most Wanted Autolog, Network Issues and Ports

Need for Speed Most Wanted has awesome multiplayer game-play, but there might be also some issues with Autolog and your Network. To avoid poor performance during play, be sure that you close any file sharing, streaming audio, or chat programs prior to entering gameplay. These applications can monopolize your connection’s bandwidth, causing lag or other undesirable effects.

Forward the TCP and UDP port to avoid lagging:

TCP:

  • 10000-10200
  • 42100-42200
  • 80

UDP:

  • 10000-10200
  • 42100-42200

Where to change manual graphic settings in Need for Speed Most Wanted? (Config File)

You can find the Need for Speed Most Wanted config file in Documents\Criterion Games\Need for Speed(TM) Most Wanted\config.NFS13Save. Change the manual graphic settings below and delete this file to revert default settings.

[Display]

SSAOLevel=1

LockTo30=false

HiResTextures=false

FitToVertical=true

ParticleShadows=true

HeadlightShadows=true

Scattering=true

FrameLatency=1

MotionBlurLevel=2

ReflectionDetailLevel=1

LodScaling=1

VfxDetail=1

ScreenScale=0

Brightness=0

Contrast=0

Width=1440

Height=900

GammaRamp=1.000

[Hardware]

AdapterNumber=0

OutputNumber=0

[Settings]

ShadowMapLevel=0

Webcam=

[Sound]

MusicVolume=8

SfxVolume=8

SpeechVolume=8

SpeakerSetup=0

Reverb=0

[Gameplay]

EnableVibration=true

Need for Speed Most Wanted DirectX Problems and Issues

You can locate the DirectX setup from Redist folder in Need for Speed Most Wanted installation directory or check the full DirectX guide here.

Need for Speed Most Wanted Autolog Connecting Problem Fix

If you are having connection issues or Autolog isn’t connecting to Servers Fix. To fix Autolog issues, run Command Prompt as Administrator and type following command and enter.

netsh int tcp set global encapability=disabled

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